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Wichita Falls Electricity Rates and Plans

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130 wichita falls Electric Rates and Plans from 13 Providers
Plan NameRatePlan Length
SmarTricity Predictable 12

7.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

SS 12

5.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

SS 12

/ kWh

12

months

SS 18

5.2¢

/ kWh

18

months

SS 18

/ kWh

18

months

SS 24

5.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

SS 24

5.1¢

/ kWh

24

months

CP 12

/ kWh

12

months

CP 18

/ kWh

18

months

SmarTricity Super Saver

8.3¢

/ kWh

1

month

Just Energy Web Plan - 24

9.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Just Energy Web Plan - 24

/ kWh

24

months

Amigo Web Plan - 24

9.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Amigo Web Plan - 24

/ kWh

24

months

Tara Web - 24

9.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Tara Web - 24

/ kWh

24

months

36 mo Nest Hello

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Rate

/ kWh

36

months

Secure 48-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure Green 48-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure 60-month

5.7¢

/ kWh

60

months

Secure Green 60-month

5.7¢

/ kWh

60

months

Secure 3-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

3

months

Secure Green 3-month

/ kWh

3

months

Secure 6-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

6

months

Secure 9-month

4.6¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure Green 9-month

4.9¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure 12-month

6.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure Green 12-month

6.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 18-month

5.7¢

/ kWh

18

months

Secure Green 18-month

/ kWh

18

months

Secure 24-month

6.4¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure Green 24-month

6.4¢

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Hello

6.4¢

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Rate

6.4¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 36-month

6.2¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure Green 36-month

6.2¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Hello

6.2¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Rate

6.2¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure 48-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure Green 48-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure 60-month

/ kWh

60

months

Secure Green 60-month

/ kWh

60

months

Eagle 24

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.8¢

/ kWh

36

months

Eagle 12

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

5.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.7¢

/ kWh

36

months

Amazing 18

7.1¢

/ kWh

18

months

Amazing 18

7.5¢

/ kWh

18

months

Fantastic Fixed 6

7.6¢

/ kWh

6

months

Fantastic Fixed 6

/ kWh

6

months

Terrific 12

/ kWh

12

months

Terrific 12

7.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

Tremendous 24

6.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

Tremendous 24

7.1¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 3-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

3

months

Secure Green 3-month

/ kWh

3

months

Secure 6-month

4.9¢

/ kWh

6

months

Secure 9-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure Green 9-month

/ kWh

9

months

Secure 12-month

6.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure Green 12-month

6.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 18-month

5.6¢

/ kWh

18

months

Secure Green 18-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

18

months

Green Texas 12

6.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Green Texas 12

7.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 24-month

6.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure Green 24-month

6.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Live Brighter 36

6.5¢

/ kWh

36

months

Live Brighter 36

6.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

24 mo Nest Hello

6.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Power on Command 24

6.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Power on Command 24

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Rate

6.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 36-month

/ kWh

36

months

Secure Green 36-month

/ kWh

36

months

Live Brighter™ 12

6.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Live Brighter™ 12

/ kWh

12

months

Weekends on Command 24

/ kWh

24

months

Weekends on Command 24

7.4¢

/ kWh

24

months

Frontier NHF 12+

/ kWh

12

months

Frontier NHF 12+

6.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Fantastic 12 Green+

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Fantastic 12 Green+

6.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 6+

6.1¢

/ kWh

6

months

Light Saver 6+

6.8¢

/ kWh

6

months

Light Saver 12+

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 12+

6.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 24+

6.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Light Saver 24+

6.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 12

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

5.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.3¢

/ kWh

36

months

Eagle 12

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

5.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.5¢

/ kWh

36

months

Eagle 12

6.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This™ 12

6.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This™ 24

6.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This™ 24

6.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This 36

6.5¢

/ kWh

36

months

You Got This 36

6.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

You Got This Green 12

6.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This Green 12

7.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This Green 24

6.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This Green 24

7.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This Free Weekends 24

6.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This™ 12

6.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This™ Free Weekends 24

7.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 9 Autopay

9.4¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12 Autopay

9.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24 Autopay

9.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6 Autopay

9.9¢

/ kWh

6

months

Smart Power 9

9.4¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12

9.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24

9.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6

9.9¢

/ kWh

6

months

Smart Power 9 Autopay

9.6¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12 Autopay

9.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24 Autopay

9.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6 Autopay

10.1¢

/ kWh

6

months

Smart Power 9

9.6¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12

9.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24

9.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6

10.1¢

/ kWh

6

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 24

7.6¢

/ kWh

24

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.1¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 24

7.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

/ kWh

months

Wichita Falls is said to have gained its name from the Wichita Indians back in the 1700s. As they migrated towards the Red River area, they came across a big river and sent one of their people out into the water to test how deep it went. The reply came back, “Wee Chi Tah”, which means “Waist Deep” — and the name stuck.

The city of Wichita Falls itself was established in 1992. When the construction Ft. Worth & Denver railroad was completed, with service through the city, the seemingly random group of small towns swiftly transformed into a thriving center for business. While the city’s first few years were primarily funded through farming and ranching, it eventually boomed and blossomed thanks to the discovery of oil and manufacturing companies.

Today, despite several devastating natural disasters, Wichita Falls is one of the most well established cities located in the north of Texas.

Wichita Falls Electricity Providers

In 2002, Texas required many of its utilities to open up the electricity market to competition. To achieve this, it meant that the utilities needed to split up their business activities and allow Retail Energy Suppliers (REPs) to sell products and services related to the supply of energy.

This new deregulated energy market provided the relief many consumers were waiting for because it helped to lower electricity rates. The main reason why a deregulated energy market will reduce or lower the cost of energy has to do with the fact that it increases competition. When you have many REPs competing for business, they need to make sure their products and services appeal to their customers. If they don’t, their customers have the freedom to find what they’re looking for elsewhere.

Businesses and residents in Wichita Falls have the option to choose their REP and can switch to a different REP at any time. There are many REPs that provide supply services to the city of Wichita Falls including,

Wichita Falls Energy Industry

Oil was discovered in Burkburnett, Texas in 1918. Only a 20 minute drive away, Wichita Falls benefited from this discovery as the search for oil caused businesses and other small towns to immediately form or set up shop. Large companies such as, Texaco, Gulf, and Mobile Oil can credit their early beginnings to the oil found in this area.

Today, there are still many oil and gas companies based out of Wichita Falls. Some of these companies include,

Other Major Industries in Wichita Falls

While energy makes up an important part of Wichita Fall’s economy, there are several other industries that help to generate work and jobs throughout the community. These industries include,

Aviation – The first man to fly across the English Channel, Louis Bleriot visited Wichita Falls around 1911 along with many other pilots including Amelia Earhart and Frank Hawk. During the First World War, the city opened Call Field, one of the only Army Air Corps training camps in the United States. Prior to the Second World War, Wichita Falls opened Sheppard Field (named after Senator Morris Sheppard), which was used for aviation training until it shut down around 1945. The facility was reopened a few years later under a new name Sheppard Air Force Base, which is still operational today.

Manufacturing – In the 1950’s, the city had 741 retail stores, 127 wholesale outlet and over 100 manufacturing factories. Currently, the city is home to many manufacturing companies including, PPG, Pratt Whitney, Work Services Corp, Alcoa (Howmet), and Cryovac.

The top employers in Wichita Falls include,

Quick Wichita Falls Stats

Wichita Falls is the main city within the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Area. This area of Texas is made up of several other counties including, Clay and Archer. Other key demographics for Wichita Falls include,

Total Population (2014): 104,710
Land Area: 181.6 kilometers squared
Number of Households (2010): 37,970
Median Household Income (2013): $42,129
Median Age: 32.6
Cost of Living (2016): 83.6 (U.S. average is 100)

As of 2016, Wichita Falls was ranked as the 35th most populated city in the state of Texas. Houston takes the number one spot with a population of 2,296,224.

Did You Know?

Wichita Falls has a thriving sports and outdoor community, with theatres that were build in the early 1900s that are still in use today! Other facts of note include,

Wichita Falls Major Utilities

While it is possible for residents and businesses in Wichita Falls to select their retail provider, utilities remain responsible for the delivery of electricity. They are also in charge of maintaining poles and wires, which includes handling energy emergencies such as, damaged caused by severe weather or downed poles.

Wichita Falls has two utilities that handle these types of service. These two utilities include,

Oncor (North) – 1 888-313-4747
Texas-New Mexico Power (North) – 1 888-866-7456